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ANGLICAN. Friday, July 1- [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

ANGLICAN. Friday, July 1 — Machsville, 7 p.m. . , Sunday, July 3— Fig .Tree ( Ainswotth's), 10.30 a.m. Bowra, 3.30 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A YOUNG LADY'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

A YOUNG LADY'S EXPERIENCE. Miss Dewing, teacher at Beilsdown, near Dorrigo, had a trying experience and a' narrow escape from drowning last week. As the young lady was duo in Grafton for ex amination 011 June 27, she left Beilsdown on Tuesday, June 21, on horseback, and rode through the heavy rain and the bad road as far as tho Bellinger River at Mr, Thomas Lean's. In attempting to swim her horse through the torrent, Miss Dewing was swept off, but managed to get out, by mere chance. When she landed, some distance down tho stream, she could see nothing of the horse.. Miss Dewing walked back, with the intention o£ going to tho residence of Mr. William Lean, J.P., where she knew she woultl. find warm friends. In attempting to walk through the creek near Mr. Lean's residence, she was ouce more swept away, and must have been drowned had not Mr. William Lvan, jun., gone to her aid. Mr. Lean sasv her coming, and went down tho creek to help her to cross. He saw nothing of her at first, but ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

DAIRYING and Maize-growing. For Suitable Farms apply E. HITCHINS, Macksville. Small deposit ; balance in 10 equal yearly instalments. SERB'S your chance. E. Raymond has ' secured the services of Mr. F. Per kott, first-class coach and buggy painter. Send your buggies along. Inspection invited. Prices to suit the times.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VESSELS IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

VESSELS IN TROUBLE. Mr. G. W. Nicoll's steamer Excelsior had an escape last week. She was going to Sydney from Byron' Bay and OofFs Harbor, with Beveral passengers and a lot of produce. When 10 miles north-east of Sydney Heads the vessel was apparently all right, but when within six mites of the harbor she was seen flying distress signals and rolling and pitch ing heavily. She got into a very dangerous position, and was riding heavily on one anchor about three miles off the rooks, the other anchor having carried away. The sea was high and breaking heavily, and the wind was strong from the east. The Government pilot steamer and three tugs went out to her, and the tug Awhina took her in tow, and she was soon in port and out of danger. The breakdown was due to a leaky boiler. . . During tho bad weather on Tuesday, June 21, the ketch Mary Ellis, owned by Messrs. Ellis of this and Nambucca River, was weather bound in Trial Bay, with a load of cedar and other timber. The crow had to aband...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

Return Thanks. THE Relatives o£ the late Mrs. Perrett, oE Tyringham, desire to return Thanks for the kindness and sympathy extended to them in their recent sad bereavement.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORARA AND BUCCA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

ORARA AND BUCCA MAIL. Mr. J. McLaughlin, II. P., has received two lengthy communications from the Deputy Postmaster-General, referring to the branch mails at. Orara, Bucca Creek, and other places. The replies refer to letters presented by Mr. McLaughlin from Mr. A. L. Walsh (Upper Orara), Mr. Rudolph Graff (secretary to Cofl's Harbor Progress Committee), and Mr. C. A. Clarke (secretary to Coramba Progress Association), and they state that the old time-tableis to be restored j that is, the mails are to be despatched from South Grafton to Coff's Harbor and places en, route, and by the various branch mail services to Maxwell's Homestead, Tallawudjah,' Bucca Bucca, Nana Creek, Upper Bucca Bucca, and Upper Orara, 011 Tuesdays and Saturdays, anil to return on the following days, the change to date from July 1. Permission has been given to Mr. Alexander Kenny, the contractor for the mail service in question, to continue the mail) road with his coach instead of branch ing off to travel via ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

Bellingen Sports. Athletic sports win be held at Bellingen on the Day of the General Election. Big Programme in future issue. Grand Ball in aid of the Bellinger iirass Band at night. SAM HATTERSLEY, Hon. Sec. pro tern. Medical. J. ZIEHLKE, M D, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MAY be consulted daily at his Dispensary, late Commercial Bank, Fernmount, The Doctor is prepared to visit any part of district on the shortest notice. Legal. MR. J. R. M ARRACK, SOLICITOR, KfMPSEY, WILL attend all Courts at Bellingen when required , and may bo consulted by letter. NOTICE. BOWRA TAILORING! M. M'GO RQUODALE BEGS to announce to tho Residedts of lliia and surrounding districts that, at the request of n large number of his friends anil customers both here 'and on the neighbor ing rivers, ho has now decided to remain permanently at Bowra. M. McC takes this opportunityof thanking ? his numerous clients for the very large and generous support accorded to him during the past six months, and respectfully s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COMING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

THE COMING ELECTION. At a meeting at Barrett's hotel on Wed nesday evening, it was announced that a large number of names had been given in voluntarily by electors who desire to act. on the committee for Mr. McLaughlin, M.P. Arrangements were made for opening the campaign after the dissolution of Parliament. . . 'We notice that Nana Glen, Dunvegan, and Upper Bucca are gazetted polling places, and those at Sherwood and The Junction are cancelled. . . Probably only two candi dates will contest Raleigh at the coming election, Mr. McLaughlin, M.P., and Mr. P. Hogan, the ex-mcmber. No freetrader or any third protectionist would have any ulimioo nf.succeBS. . Mr. McLaughlin's scat is considered qpilo safe by his friends.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

THE NOTED FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT OF SYDNEY. NOTED FOR THE SUPERIOR QUALITY OP GOODS. NOTED FOR REASONABLE PRICES CONSISTENT WITH RE LIABLE FURNITURE. NOTED FOR IMMENSE STOCK DISPLAYED IN 80 SHOWROOMS. AND NOTED FOR FAIR DEALING— ONE PRICE FOR ALL. A. HALL AND COMPANY KOU FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUM, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING, AND General Furnishing for I-Ionac or Hotel. Hall's Estimate? nnd Designs Free. Hall's New Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1898, post free. Hall's Pack Country Orders Free. A, HALL AND COMPANY, The Universal House Furnishers, 561, 563, 565, 567 GEORGE STREET, BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

STEAWI TO SYDMEY. The Fast Direct Route. The Geo. V/. Nicoll Line. REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE. the new Fast s.s. Excelsior, 400 tons, the favorite new s.s, Wollumbin, 300 tons. rp II U s.s. Excelsior leaves Coil's Harbor I Jetty every Sunday morning, at 9 a.m., and loaves Sydney every Tuesday evening. The s.s. Wollumbin also calls as required. Both steamers have cold storage of most modern arrangement, and an impetus is now given, to .the dairying industries throughout the district. The Excelsior is'electric-lighted throughout, and has superior accommodation -r for passengers!. Steward and stewardess, and X ladies' cabins. anil other state rooms on deck.. Fares between Coil's Harbor and Sydney Cabin, single £V 10s., /return £2 10s; Steerage £1.— . - , - ? For further particulars, apply Best's Hotel, - Coil's Harbor, or to: GEO. W. NICOLL, Pacific Wharf, Druitt-st., Sydney: 7 The North Coast n ; STEAM « NAVIGATION » CO., \ ! ' 'LIMITED, THE favorite s.s. ltOSEDAXiE will make ' frequent a...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, July 3- [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

ROHAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, July 3 — Raleigh, 9 a.m., Mass. — lie v. P. IK Ahem , BeUingeu,, 11 a.m.j Mass.— „ : „ Bellingen, 7 ji.m., livening Devotions anil Benediction. — lie v. 1'. II'. Ahem.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. WESLEYAN. Sunday, July 3— [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

Church Services. WESLEYAN. Sunday, July 3 — Never Never, It a.m. — lie v. .4. Graham. Bellingen, 3 p.m.— „ „ „ Bellinger J leads, 7 p.m. — Glonijfer, 3 p.m. — Mr. J. F. Donnelly. Friday, July 8 — ? Coff's Harbor, 7 p.m. — live. -4. Graham. Sunday, July 10 — Nana Glen, 11 a.m. — lie v. A.Graham, Coramba, 3 p.m. — „ 7, ,, Upper Bucca, 7 p.m.— „ „ . „ Bellingen, 7 p.m. — Mr. if. Griffith. Never Never, 3 p;m.—Mr. J. Hodges. Taylor's Arm (Welsh' a), 11 a.m.— Mr. D. Mog/ord.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

Wanted Known. THE CENTENNIAL HOTEL, SMITHTOWN (UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT), IS NOW ONE OP The Best on the Macleay. R. J. M ILLTGAN, J Proprietor. F. 'R. H. BAKER, ' FERNMOUNT & BELLINGEN. AUCTIONEER, Fire, and Marine, life, Land and. General Agent. , T BO AIj matters attended to. through City ' I i Solicitor. Forms under the Land and Income Tax Act prepared. Any class of .Commercial work undertaken. Bellinger River Black smitli;& Coachbuilding Establishment. j R. & E JORDAN BIOO to .inform their numerous friends ?j and the public generally that they have established themselves as Blacksmiths and Coach, BnsrRy and Sulky Builders in tho shop recently occupied by Mr. It. I'ifigott, Bellingen, and Ivust by turning out, nothing but first-class work to receive a fair share of public patronage. Legal; MR. C. M'KENZIE, Attorney, Solicitor, PROCTOR,- an i) CONVEYANCER, . Commissioner for Affidavits, BEL L I 1ST G- EN. Will attend -ill courts on the Bellinger and .Nambucca D...

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DOES DAIRYING PAY? [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

DOES DAIRYING PAY ? Some oE our farmers have come to the conclusion that dairying pays better than maize-growing, and we hear of a few who intend giving up maize for. milk altogether, as soon as possible. The factory erected at Bellingen by Mr. G. Barr, and opened in April last, has not been patronised os it de serves, but there are good prospects ahead. For the six weeks ending May 28 the amount paid to five suppliers at the factory was £45. Mr. Robert Waddell drew a cheque for £17 lis. Id., and other cheques amounted to £8 lis. 4d„ £S 7s. 6d., £7 13s. Oil., and £2. lis. 8d., the last being tho result of milking half a dozen cows (some nearly dry) for two weeks. The figures for June are not yet available.

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DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN PARLIAMENT. In Parliament last weolt Mr. Lyne moved an amendment on tho Address in-reply. The debate was very keen all through, and the Houso sat all through Friday night, several scenes occurring. The following extracts are taken from the report of the proceedings, — ? Mr. Griffith said ho would never look to the Opposition side of the House for honesty. If Mr. Reid wns a wriggler, Mr. Barton was certainly a contortionist. Mr. Norton : Yon have taken that idea from me. i Mr. Griffith said he would bo hard up i for ideas to borrow any from the philos opher of Wooloomooloo ; his proper place was behind tho bars of a criminal dock. ? Mr. Norton said nothing to justify this ruffianly reply. Mr. Griffith then proceeded to attack Mr. Crick, who he declared draggod into that Chamber the manners and morals of Wexford-street. (Uproar.) Mr. See : It is a cowardly thing to attack an absent man. Mr. Rose said that there was not one man there who dare go on the platform in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARRIEION MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

BARRIEION MAIL SERVICE. Mr. J. McLaughlin, M.P., has been informed by tie Deputy Postmaster-General as follows, — 'I am directed to intimate that, although from the report which has been furnished by the inspector, there would ap pear but little reason for anticipating sufHc ent rcvemieto cover the expense that will be involved, the . Postmaster-Gcneinl Ins ap proved of a receiving olficc being established at Barrieton on trial for six months, with a once-a-week mail to and from Fernmount, provided that a suitable person is nominated by the residents for the position of receiving office keeper, and I10 is willing tokeep the office and convoy tho mail for a total, sum at the rate of £15 per annum.'

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RALEIGH POSTAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

RALEIGH POSTAL SERVICE. Mb. J. McLaughlin, M.P., is informed by the Deputy Postmaster-General as follows, — ' With reference to your communication by telephone yesterday (June 23), in connection with 'the proposal of the Raleigh Progress Association that the Central Raleigh receiving office shonld bo moved from its position at the hotel to the charge of the local public school teacher, I am directed to intimate that the Postmaster-General has approved of the change being effected, and a communication has been sent to the Public Instruction De partment asking whether there would beany objection to the teacher acting as receiving otlice keeper.'

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THE ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

THE ROSEDALE. THE steamer Rnsedale left Sydney for the Bellinger at 5 p.m. on Monday, and crossed in at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, after calling at Port Macquarie, Her cargo inward was about 30 tons, and the jKissengers included Misses Shappert and Webber, Captains W. J. Wbaites and F. Doepel, Messrs. A. Black, McDermott, F. Crouch, and six in the steer nge. 1 he steamer left early yesterday morn ing for Sydney, with 1409 bags of mnize, 22 cans of cream, 13 bags of metal, 15 cases of eggs, 12 cases of fruit, 26 hides, 12 pigs, poultry, tallow, etc. The passengers tor Sydney were Miss Crouch and Dr. Ziehlke.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ALTERED TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

AN ALTERED TIME-TABLE. Mil. McLaughlin, M.P., has received the following letter from the Postal Department: — ' Referring to tho lettor presented by you on the 10th June from Mr. Robert Blair, of Bnrrapine, acting on behalf of the rcsidonts of Upper Taylor's Arm, asking for an altera tion In the time-table of the Macksville and Burrapino mail service, I am dirceted to inform ynu that the change of table as desired has been approved and will come into opera tion on the 30th inst. I cnelose herewith a copy of tho amended time-table.' Tho now time-table provides that the mails shall in future leave Macksville for Taylor's Arm and Burrapino at 5 a.m. on Mondays and Satur days, arriving at Lower Taylor's Arm at 7 a.m., Taylor's Arm 9 a.m., and Burrapino at noon. They will leave Burrapine for Macks ville at 1 p.m. 011 Mondays and Saturdays, Taylor's Ann 4 p.m., Lower Taylor's Arm at 6 p.m., and arrive at Mrcksville at 8 p.m.

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THAT M'SHARRY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Raleigh Sun — 1 July 1898

THAT M'SHARRY CASE. The costs to the country of the McSharr.v arbitration case amount so far to £28,298. In the Assembly 011 Thursday, Mr. McLaughlin, M.P., made somewhat lengthy reference to the case, and censured the Government. Mr. Young admitted that he hail not thought the expenscBin the case would be as great as they were : but he ili'fwvt the hnn. irnnl-.Inmiin In bring anything against him or the Govern ment to which I10 belonged — leliud him to bring any shade of suspicion that way. Mr. McLaughlin : ' You never tried to settle the case.' Mr. Young said it was bail taste for for Mr. McLaughlin, who was a solicitor in the case, to mcntfon the matter.

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